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AlignRT and Catalyst™ in whole-breast radiotherapy with DIBH: Is IGRT still needed?

Surface guided radiotherapy (SGRT) is reported as a feasible setup technique for whole-breast radiotherapy in deep inspiration breath hold (DIBH), but position errors of bony structures related to deeper parts of the target are not fully known. The aim of this study was to estimate patient setup accuracy and margins obtained with two different SGRT workflows with and without daily kV- and/or MV-based image guidance (IGRT).


Deep inspiration breath hold in breast cancer: Development and analysis of a patient experience questionnaire.

Evidence that Deep Inspiration Breath Hold (DIBH) can reduce cardiac dose during left-sided breast radiation therapy (RT) has led to widespread uptake of this technology. There is a paucity of published information documenting the impact of this technique on the patient's treatment experience. The aim of this study was to develop a tool to assess the patient's experience with the introduction of DIBH using the Elekta Active Breathing Coordinator (ABC) in a single institution.

The value of a cross-discipline team-based approach for resection of renal cell carcinoma with IVC tumor thrombus: A report of a large, contemporary, single-institution experience.

We report the evolution of the largest, contemporary, single-institution experience with this complex procedure to highlight the value of a cross-discipline, team-based approach.


Dose variability in different lymph node levels during locoregional breast cancer irradiation: the impact of deep-inspiration breath hold.

Aim of the present analysis was to evaluate the movement and dose variability of the different lymph node levels of node-positive breast cancer patients during adjuvant radiotherapy (RT) with regional nodal irradiation (RNI) in deep-inspiration breath hold (DIBH).

"Voluntary assisted dying" in Australia: the Victorian parliamentary committee's tenuous case for legalization.

In 2016 a Parliamentary Committee in Victoria, Australia, recommended the legalization of physician-assisted suicide and voluntary euthanasia. Its report was deeply flawed. Its treatment of key objections to legalization, both principled and practical, was superficial and selective. The Voluntary Assisted Dying Act, passed by the Victorian Parliament in November 2017, is built on the report's shaky foundations.

Three-Dimensional Enantiomeric Recognition of Optically Trapped Single Chiral Nanoparticles.

We optically trap freestanding single metallic chiral nanoparticles using a standing-wave optical tweezer. We also incorporate within the trap a polarimetric setup that allows us to perform in situ chiral recognition of single enantiomers. This is done by measuring the S_{3} component of the Stokes vector of a light beam scattered off the trapped nanoparticle in the forward direction. This unique combination of optical trapping and chiral recognition, all implemented within a single setup, opens new perspe...

Root Coverage for Single Deep Gingival Recessions: Outcomes Based on a Decision-Making Algorithm.

The aim of this study is to report root coverage outcomes in single deep gingival recessions (GR) following a proposed decision-making algorithm.

PTV margin analysis for prostate patients treated with initial pelvic nodal IMRT and prostate proton boost.

To evaluate the planning target volume (PTV) margins for prostate cancer patients treated with initial intensity-modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) to pelvic lymph nodes and a proton boost to the prostate using cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) and radiographs as image guidance, We analyzed data from prostate patients (n = 15) treated with initial pelvic IMRT and a proton boost to the prostate. CBCT and 2-dimensional (2D) radiographs were used for IMRT and proton pre-treatment alignments, respectiv...

Predictors of positive surgical margins in patients undergoing partial nephrectomy: A large single-center experience.

To identify preoperative factors that predict positive surgical margins in partial nephrectomy.

Five to Ten-Year Results of the Birmingham Hip Resurfacing Implant in the U.S.: A Single Institution's Experience.

International surgeon series and registry data have demonstrated positive outcomes and long-term survival of the Birmingham Hip Resurfacing (BHR) implant. We report the 5 to 10-year results from a single center in the U.S.

Phrenic to musculocutaneous nerve transfer for traumatic brachial plexus injuries: analyzing respiratory effects on elbow flexion control.

OBJECTIVE In this study, the authors sought to identify the relationship between breathing and elbow flexion in patients with a traumatic brachial plexus injury (TBPI) who undergo a phrenic nerve (PN) transfer to restore biceps flexion. More specifically, the authors studied whether biceps strength and the maximal range of active elbow flexion differ between full inspiration and expiration, and whether electromyography (EMG) activity in the biceps differs between forced maximum breathing during muscular res...

More important and surprising actions of a moral exemplar trigger stronger admiration and inspiration.

Admiring a moral role model has been found to inspire people to become better persons themselves. But what are the antecedents that trigger admiration and thus make inspiration more likely? In three studies, we tested the effect of perceived importance and perceived surprisingness of the moral action on resulting admiration and inspiration. Study 1 finds that perceived importance, and to a lesser extent, the perceived surprisingness of a moral action, are related to stronger admiration. Manipulating the per...

Psychosocial characteristics of blood donors influence their voluntary nonmedical lapse.

Approximately 10% of Dutch donors lapse yearly. Common reasons are nonvoluntary medical issues (e.g., low hemoglobin), reaching the upper age limit, and voluntary (e.g., own request, nonresponse). Little is known about predictors of voluntary noncompliance (lapses). Psychosocial characteristics have been linked to various health behaviors, including voluntary noncompliance. Hence, we investigated whether psychosocial characteristics, measured before the first donation, similarly predict subsequent voluntary...

Deep Two-Photon Imaging In Vivo with a Red-Shifted Calcium Indicator.

Two-photon calcium imaging became in recent years a very popular method for the functional analysis of neural cell populations on a single-cell level in anesthetized or awake behaving animals. Scientific insights about single-cell processing of sensory information but also analyses of higher cognitive functions in healthy or diseased states became thereby feasible. However, two-photon imaging is generally limited to depths of a few hundred micrometers when recording from densely labeled cell populations. Th...

Breast-conserving surgery for pure non-classic lobular carcinoma in situ: A single institution's experience.

Non-classic lobular carcinoma in situ (NC-LCIS) is a rare pre-cancer breast lesion that warrants excision to exclude invasive disease. In patients pursuing breast-conserving surgery (BCS) for NC-LCIS, the need for wide surgical margins is controversial. We characterized the outcomes of women diagnosed with NC-LCIS at a large, academic medical center.

CSF leak after endoscopic skull base surgery in children: A single institution experience.

The endoscopic expanded endonasal approach (EEA) has been shown to be a safe and effective surgical technique in the resection of pediatric skull base lesions. Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) leaks are among the most common complications of this approach. Here we review skull base resections using EEA in pediatric patients at our single institution, to identify potential risk factors for this surgical complication.

Novel Use of Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) Permits Heart and Lung Sparing Mediastinal Involved-Site Radiotherapy for patient with Hodgkin Lymphoma in Community clinic when Deep Inspiration Breath Hold technique was not available.

Lung cancer after lung transplantation: an analysis of 25 years of experience in a single institution.

The aim of our study was to describe the lung cancer characteristics of LTx recipients in our institution.

The "Dual-Plane" DIEP Flap: Measuring the Effects of Superficial Arterial and Venous Flow Augmentation on Clinical Outcomes.

 Deep inferior epigastric perforator (DIEP) flaps are routinely elevated on a single dominant perforator from the deep epigastric vascular system. However, the single perforator may not always perfuse an entire flap adequately, particularly suprascarpal tissue. We often perform "dual-plane" single perforator DIEP flaps by rerouting the superficial (SIEA/V) system directly into a branch of the deep (DIEA/V) vascular system pedicle, thus allowing both systems to contribute and enhance flap perfusion.

Efficacy and safety of TC dose-dense chemotherapy as first-line treatment of epithelial ovarian cancer: a single-institution retrospective cohort study.

The optimal first-line therapy of advanced ovarian cancer still remains questionable: standard paclitaxel-carboplatin (TC), dose-dense TC, intraperitoneal chemotherapy or TC plus bevacizumab. In this study, we present the real-life results of dose-dense treatment of the single-institution on Caucasian population.

Whole body vibration of different frequencies inhibits H-reflex but does not affect voluntary activation.

This study aimed to investigate the effects of whole-body vibration (WBV) at a frequency spectrum from 20 to 50 Hz on the Hoffmann (H) reflex and the voluntary motor output of ankle plantar-flexor muscles. A single-group (n: 8), repeated measures design was adopted with four conditions: standing (no vibration), 20, 35 and 50 Hz, each lasting one minute. H-reflex of the soleus muscle, maximal voluntary contraction (MVC) and central activation ratio (CAR) of the plantar-flexors were evaluated before, 1 an...

Single-pixel phase and fluorescence microscope.

Multimodal microscopes either use multiple cameras or a single camera to multiplex different modes spatially. The former needs expertise demanding alignment and the latter suffers from limited spatial resolution. Here, we report an alignment-free full-resolution simultaneous fluorescence and phase imaging approach using single-pixel detectors. By combining reference-free interferometry with single-pixel imaging scheme, we employ structured illumination to encode the phase and fluorescence of the sample into...

Robust radiotherapy planning.

Motion and uncertainty in radiotherapy is traditionally handled via margins. The clinical target volume (CTV) is expanded to a larger planning target volume (PTV), which is irradiated to the prescribed dose. However, the PTV concept has several limitations, especially in proton therapy. Therefore, robust and probabilistic optimization methods have been developed that directly incorporate motion and uncertainty into treatment plan optimization for intensity modulated radiotherapy (IMRT) and intensity modulat...

Aggressive phenotype of intravascular lymphoma relative to other malignant intra-abdominal tumors requiring vascular reconstruction.

Safe resection of intra-abdominal and retroperitoneal malignancies with a goal of negative margins may require vascular surgical assistance with grafting of the aorta and/or vena cava. The current report reviews malignancies associated with major vascular reconstructions at a single tertiary referral center.

Pelvimetrics measures as predictives factors of positives surgical margins after robot-assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy.

Anthropometric data report that pelvic bone of African subjects are narrower and the pelvic cavity is deeper. The aim of the study was to evaluate the influence of pelvic dimensions (PD) on Positive surgical margins (PSM) rate in Afro-Caribbean population after robot-assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy (RALP).


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